York U in the news: self-defence limitations, AI sentience and more

Why Ontario man faces murder charge for defending his home, while a N.S. man doesn’t
Lisa Dufraimont, a professor of criminal law at Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, was quoted in the Vancouver Sun Feb. 23.

To understand AI sentience, first understand it in animals
Kristin Andrews, a professor of philosophy and York Research Chair in Animal Minds, was featured in Aeon Feb. 23.

Federal housing advocate reviewing ‘human rights crisis’ of homeless encampments
Estair Van Wagner, an associate professor at Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, was quoted in the Calgary Herald Feb. 23.

Opinion: Pandemic performance study blatant attempt to justify fed’s actions?
Claudia Chaufan, a professor of health policy and global health at York University, was featured in Sask Today Feb. 23.

School of Continuing Studies launches new post-graduate certificate in CloudOps
The School of Continuing Studies at York University was featured in Education News Canada Feb. 24.